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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Sous Vide beef tenderloin and scallop paired with a welcoming glass of sparkling wine. (Prosecco). What a great way to start a meal!
The most delicious Lobster and fresh tomato soup followed, presented in a porcelain pot topped with a Baguette crouton and crayfish. It exceeded in colour and taste, -a soup for gods…so tasty that perhaps words fail me.
The main course, a ...
... if you recall, I don’t like that airport AT ALL). My association with the city is often just airport-related as it seems to be the place one goes through if you fly United to Europe. But it was a wonderful place to ease into Europe this time. Stayed at the Hilton and at a reasonable price, but I checked for the following week and prices were hovering at just under $600 for a room! Not worth that. I found myself focused on the Frankfurt architecture on this ...
... through the big brick archway, pull into the middle of the track, unload and then from there many were sent right to the crematoriums at the end of the road. They had 3 or 4 crematoriums there. They are nothing but ruins now, but that is only because when the Nazis heard the Allies were coming, they destroyed everything they could. All the men barracks were burned down because they were all made of wood except for the chimneys which still stand.
Most of the ...
... traumatic. I was full of a cold and everytime I sneezed I hit my head on the bunk above me and then I dropped my iPod down the side of my bed onto a sleeping girl beneath me. I was the filling of an embarrassing, uncomfortable sandwich. A sandwich which cost €95. At one point I tried to apologise and just sneezed in her face, there was then and there are now, no words. After an evening of trying to blow my nose without sitting up and resorting to just stuffing ...
... you have to tryzapiekanka. It is a popular and low-cost fast food that can be found throughout Poland. Cut a loaf of French bread in half, remove a bit of the bread from the center creating a shallow depression, and add mushrooms, ham (or other meats), vegetables, and cheese. Then toast it until the cheese melts.")
Tomorrow is a big day with our Auschwitz visit taking most of the day. It will be our only full day in this interesting & historic city.